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I'm trying to compile contract A(located in A.sol) that has a dependency on contract B(located in B.sol) using solc-js, where A has solidity version 0.8.0 and B version 0.7.6. The solcjs version that I'm using is 0.7.6 and so A fails to compile with error:

A.sol:4:1: ParserError: Source file requires different compiler version (current compiler is 0.7.6+commit.7338295f.Emscripten.clang) - note that nightly builds are considered to be strictly less than the released version

I'm using the following command to compile contract A:

solcjs --bin ./contracts/A.sol --optimize --optimize-runs 1000

Updating solc-js to version 0.8.0 now results in the same issue but now B fails to compile instead.

The issue appears to be that each file/contract should be compiled with their respective compilers, how can I make solc-js compile with the required versions?

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in B.sol, just update the solidity version

from 0.7.6 to 0.8.0

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  • That's not my question. Doing so will introduce breaking changes to contract B.
    – MShakeG
    Aug 6, 2022 at 10:01
  • Oh, yeah I understood. But at least I dont know any other way. But from 0.7.6 to 0.8.0 , will remove you errors. Aug 6, 2022 at 13:25

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